Wednesday, August 21, 2019

How to put a request on UIDAI website for Aadhaar card re-print?

A Step By Step Process Of Requesting An Aadhaar Card Re-Print Online 

Misplaced your Aadhaar e-KYC card? No longer do you have to worry about it. The UIDAI has started an online service of Aadhaar e-KYC card re-print since the 1st of December 2018. This new service launched by the UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) allows people to apply for a reprint of Aadhaar card after paying a nominal fee. This service will be beneficial for those people who have lost or misplaced their Aadhaar card.

Things Necessary For Applying For An Aadhaar Re-Print 

You can get a reprint of your Aadhaar card by paying Rs.50 as a nominal fee. This amount is inclusive of charges for speed post and GST. Within 5 working days, the reprinted Aadhaar card will be handed over to the Indian Speed Post. The mail will be delivered to the address that you've registered online.

To request a reprint of your Aadhaar card you need to either use your Aadhaar card number (UID) or your Virtual Identification Number (VID). You need to have a valid mobile number registered with the Aadhaar database because an OTP will be sent to that particular number while applying for a re-print.

Steps For Applying For A Re-Print Of Aadhaar: Applicant With Registered Mobile Number

Aadhaar cardholders with registered mobile numbers need to follow the steps given below to apply for a re-print.

Step 1) Log on to the website
Step 2) Click the “Order Aadhaar Reprint” (Service)
Step 3) Enter your 12 digit UID (Aadhaar Card Number)/ 16 digit VID (Virtual Identification Number
Step 4) You need to enter the security code
Step 5) Click on the button- Request for OTP or choose the "I have TOTP" option by clicking on the checkbox.
Step 6) Enter the OTP/TOTP sent to your registered mobile number
Step 7) Checkbox near the “Terms and conditions” option needs to be checked
Step 8) To complete the TOTP/OTP verification click on the submit button
Step 9) A preview of the Aadhaar details will appear on the next screen which has to be verified by the applicant for corrections before submitting it for a re-print.
Step 10) Click on the option “Make Payment.”
Step 11) You’ll be directed to another page- Payment Gateway. Make payment using one of the different options like online banking, debit /credit cards or UPI
Step 12) Once the payment has been successful the applicant will receive a receipt with a digital signature in a PDF file. Download it. A Service Request Number will be received through an SMS on the registered mobile number.
Step 13) The status of your request can be checked on the Check Aadhaar Reprint Request Status
Step 14) Visit the DOP website to track the status of delivery.

Re-Print Process For Aadhaar Applicants With Non-Registered Mobile Numbers 

The non-registered mobile applicant needs to follow the same steps mentioned for a registered mobile applicant. However, they have to follow two additional steps following the 4th one (Enter Security Code)

Step 5) If you do not have a registered mobile number please check in the box. You need to click on the checkbox.
Step 6) Enter your non-registered/alternate mobile number.

Follow the remaining steps as mentioned for a registered mobile user.

With the launch of Aadhaar, verification of identity has become more accurate and easier. Through Aadhaar authentication, your Aadhaar number along with all the biometric and other information gets verified whenever necessary. Besides, having an Aadhaar card is also essential to avail subsidies and other services from the government.

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